Conference in Wrocław 2016

(Institute of Pedagogy, University of Wrocław) and the European Society for Vocational Designing and Career Counseling (ESVDC)

Topic

Career-and-life design interventions such as career counseling and career education aim to help individuals or collectives address the issues involved in directing the personal and working lives of individuals, as these issues emerge in the society where they live. But what does this intervention goal mean relative to broader frameworks of interpretation, including economic, ecological, anthropological, and philosophical considerations?
Should these interventions concentrate only on helping people contribute to an optimal economic development and to live a life that they consider good? In addition, could they help prepare individuals and collectives to cope with the global crises that characterize the beginning of the anthropocene era?
These crises increasingly impinge on the lives of most human beings. Consider the implications of looming crises caused by growth in the world population, excessive consumption by the richest, exhaustion of natural resources, global warming, increasing disparities between rich and poor, and a deficit in decent
work. Should the interventions for career-and-life design prepare people to contribute to resolving these crises? If so, how may current interventions be reconfigured and new interventions be crafted?
During the conference, workshops – bringing together between 10 and 15 participants speaking a same language – will address and try to answer these questions. Participants in a workshop will work together for 2 half-days. During these workshops, some participants may deliver short presentations. Alternatively, some 1 1⁄4 hour symposia consisting of four short presentations (in English or in Polish) will also be organized. The outcomes of the workshops and symposia will be presented and discussed during a plenary session.

Conference sponsored by Fundację KGHM POLSKA MIEDŹ

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Subtopics

  • Career and life design in cross-cultural settings;
  • Career and life design in vocational training;
  • Life Design and prevention;
  • Life Design intervention for vulnerable people.
  • Scientific Committee
  • In the process of being set up
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Scientific Committee1

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Honorary Patronage

Jarosław Gowin
Minister of Science and Higher Education

Jarosław Obremski
Senator of the Republic of Poland

Professor Marek Bojarski
Rector of the University of Wrocław

Professor Elżbieta Kościk
Dean of the Faculty of Historical and Pedagogical Sciences

Polish Committee of UNESCO

Conference program

Monday, June 6, 2016
Oratorium Marianum, pl. Uniwersytecki 1

8.30 – 9.00 Registration

9.00 – 9.15 Opening ceremony – the University's authorities

09.15 – 09.35 Introduction to the conference by Prof. Jean Guichard (UNESCO Chair Holder, University of Wrocław, Poland & CNAM, Paris, France), Prof. Laura Nota (President of ESVDC), Dr. Violetta Podgórna (University of Wrocław, Poland)

09.35 – 10.15 Plenary conference by Prof. Christian Arnsperger (University of Lausanne, Switzerland): Making Sustainable Life and Career Choices: A View Through the Lens of Existential Economics

10.15 – 10.45 Plenary conference – Prof. Magdalena Piorunek (University of Poznań, Poland): Sense of coherence in career design: A lifelong sustainable individual development perspective

10.45 – 11.15 Coffee break

11.15 – 11.45 Plenary conference by Prof. Jean Guichard (UNESCO Chair Holder, University of Wrocław, Poland & CNAM, Paris, France): From decent work to an ethics of human work: In search of a basis for education and guidance in career construction for the 21st century

11.45 – 13.15 Should career and life designing interventions contribute to fair and sustainable development and to the implementation of decent work over the world (if so: how can they)? A round-table moderated by Prof. Rachel Mulvey (University of East London, UK).

Participants:
- Prof. Kobus Maree (University of Pretoria, South Africa): What lessons can we learn on this topic from the Florence conference?
- Prof. Jacques Pouyaud (University of Bordeaux, France): What lessons can we learn on this topic from the Florence conference?
- Prof. Annamaria Di Fabio (University of Florence, Italy): What lessons can we learn on this topic from the Florence conference?
- Prof. David Blustein (Boston College, USA): What lessons can we learn on this topic from the Florence conference?
- Prof. Maria Eduarda Duarte (University of Lisbon, Portugal) : How does IAAP division 16 consider this issue?
- Prof. Laura Nota (University of Padua, Italy): How does ESVDC consider this issue?

13.15 – 13.30 Briefing of the workshops' moderators and reporters

13.15 – 14.00 Lunch

14.30 – 16.00 Workshops
Instytut Pedagogiki, ul. Dawida 1

Which interventions for career-and-life design could contribute to sustainable development and to implementing decent work all over the world? How to proceed to design, implement and assess such interventions?

Workshop 1 (Monday, 14.30 – 16.00, 16.30 – 18.00, Room n° 39/ Tuesday, 09.45 – 11.30, 12.00 – 14.00, Room n° 32)
Language: English
Interventions for career-and-life design for sustainable development and decent work
Moderator: Dr. Filomena Parada
Reporter: Dr. Marta Rabikowska

Prof. Timo Spangar (Spangar Negotiations Co, Finland )
Career counselling in need of new reconceptualisations to better meet the challenges of client's lives, hybrid working life and new level collaboration

Prof. Gabriela Aisenson; Viviana Valenzuela (University of Buenos Aires)
Interrogating Life Project concept: attempting sustainable life-paths and decent social insertions in vulnerable young people

Dr. Marta Rabikowska (University of Hertfordshire, School of Creative Arts, UK)
Entrepreneurial/employability education in the HE Curriculum

Dr. Filomena Parada (Center for Psychology at University of Porto – CPUP, Portugal))
Youth unemployment and employment precariousness: Designing a research and intervention based on Contextual Action Theory

Dr. Beata Jakimiuk, (John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin, Poland)
Career realization model : perspective of individual values and attitudes

Dominique HOCQUARD, Elisabeth PERRIN (ACOP-France)
Yesterday, today, and tomorrow's career guidance tools: A social and historical approach to counselling practices

Jakub Sokolnicki (University of Warsaw, Poland)
Information exchanges between educational institutions and the labour market. The role of the Graduate Career Tracking System in medical universities in Poland.

Workshop 2 (Monday, 14.30 – 16.00, 16.30 – 18.00, Room n° 59 / Tuesday, 09.45 – 11.30, 12.00 – 14.00, Room n° 52)
Language: English,
Decent work for older workers: what's the problem? Demographics, workforce trends and skills worldwide
Moderator: Prof. Lyn Barham,
Reporter: Prof. Czesław Noworol

Prof. Czesław Noworol (Jagiellonian University, Cracow, Poland), Prof. Lyn Barham (National Institute for Career Education and Counselling - NICEC, UK)
Decent work for older workers, what's the problem? Introduction on demographics, workforce trends and skills worldwide

Prof. Czesław Noworol (Jagiellonian University, Cracow, Poland)
Decent work for older workers: are flexible forms of employment attractive practices for extending work of older workers?

Prof. Lyn Barham (National Institute for Career Education and Counselling - NICEC, UK)
Decent work for older workers: what motivates, rewards and discourages older workers?

Prof. Christian Heslon (University of Angers, France)
Thinking Career Life-Designing According to Ageing Psychology in a Fair and Sustainable Way

Prof. David Blustein (Boston College, USA)
Discussion: the Psychology of Working Framework and older workers: initial thoughts

Workshop 3 (Monday, 14.30 – 16.00, 16.30 – 18.00, Room n° 16 / Tuesday, 09.45 – 11.30, 12.00 – 14.00, Library)
Language: English
Interventions for career-and-life design for sustainable development and decent work
Moderator: Prof. Maria Paula Paixão
Reporter: Dr. Agnieszka Zembrzuska

Prof. Maria Paula Paixão (University of Coimbra, Portugal)
Life design and career counselling: a multiplicity of tracks towards personal growth

Vanja Međugorac, Dr. Iva Šverko, & Dr. Toni Babarović (Ivo Pilar Institute of Social Sciences, Croatia)
Social Cognitive Model of Career Choices for Sustainability

Dr. Toni Babarović, Dr. Iva Šverko, & Iva Černja (Ivo Pilar Institute of Social Sciences, Croatia)
Career Choices and Vocational Development of Disadvantaged Groups of Adolescents

Dr. Iva Šverko, Dr. Toni Babarović, & Vanja Međugorac (Ivo Pilar Institute of Social Sciences, Croatia)
Career Interest for Sustainability: New and Emerging Interest Domain

Dr. Agnieszka Zembrzuska (University of Lower Silesia, Wrocław, Poland)
Teacher as a counsellor - guiding young people in an unstable world

Workshop 4 (Monday, 14.30 – 16.00, 16.30 – 18.00, Room n° 18 / Tuesday, 09.45 – 11.30, 12.00 – 14.00, Room n° 53)
Languages: English & French
Moderator: Prof. Jean-Pierre Dauwalder
Reporter : Prof. Raoul Van Esbroeck

Part I
Language: English
The European Doctoral School ECADOC: Roots, Present and Future
Sub-Moderator : Prof. Jérȏme Rossier (University of Lausanne, Switzerland)

Prof. Jean-Pierre Dauwalder (University of Lausanne, Switzerland)
Strategic Challenges behind the ECADOC Project

Dr. Caroline Arnoux & Marie Line Robinet (Cnam, Paris, France)
Experience of doctoral students involved in an ECADOC summer school

Prof. Salvatore Soresi, Prof. Laura Nota, Sara Santilli, Ilaria Di Maggio, Dr. Maria Cristina Ginevra (University of Padua, Italy)
Joint research projects: Ideas, actions, collaborations"

Prof. Rie Thomsen (University of Southern Denmark, Denmark)
Spporting ECADOC early stage researchers through collective academic supervision

Chiara Annovazzi (University of Milano-Bicocca, Italy), Dr. Maria Cristina Ginevra (University of Milano-Bicocca, Italy) Andronikos Kaliris (University of Athens, Greece), Ernesto Lodi (University of Sassari, Italy), & Dr. Laurent Sovet, (Cnam, Paris, France)
A Life Design collaborative research among European young researchers

Part II
Language: English
Life designing interventions among diverse populations in France
Sub-Moderator: Dr. Laurent Sovet, Prof. Valérie Cohen-Scali (INETOP-CNAM, Paris, France)

Marie-Line Robinet (INETOP-CNAM, Paris, France)
Self and others during constructivist career counselling interview

Dr. Caroline Arnoux-Nicolas, Dr. Laurent Sovet, Dr. Lin Lhotellier, & Nadia Baatouche Scali (INETOP-CNAM, Paris, France)
A meaning-centred Career intervention among college students: An innovative intervention for a sustainable perspective

Dr. Laurent Sovet, Jennifer Vignaud (INETOP-CNAM, Paris, France)
Career intervention among NEET at Reunion Island: A life-designing approach

Noureddine Kheloufi (INETOP-CNAM, Paris, France)
Intercultural approach in career counselling for migrant populations

Part III
Language: French
Construction and transformation of meanings of work among young adults
Sub-Moderator: Prof. Valerie Cohen-Scali, Prof. Jacques Pouyaud, Prof. Christian Heslon

Prof. Christian Heslon (University of Angers, France)
Le rapport au travail des jeunes : approches théoriques

Prof. Valérie Cohen-Scali (CNAM, Paris, France)
Le rapport au travail des jeunes : méthodologie

Prof. Jacques Pouyaud (University of Bordeaux, France)
Le rapport au travail des jeunes : étude de cas

Dr. Thi-Van PATILLON, (CNAM, Paris, France)
Intentionnalité, Identité et Sens : Etudes monographiques d'étudiants en devenir

Ludovic PINARD (University of Lorraine, France)
Alternance et orientation – Une exploration de l'élaboration du projet professionnel des alternant-e-s engagé-e-s dans les formations BAC+2 en France

Workshop 5 (Monday, 14.30 – 16.00, 16.30 – 18.00, Tuesday, 09.45 – 11.30, 12.00 – 14.00)
Aula
Languages: English & Polish
Career-Life Construction and Sustainability
Moderator : Prof. Annamaria Di Fabio and Prof. Kobus Maree
Reporter: Prof. David Blustein

Part I
Languages: English & Polish
Work – career – labour market in the context of risks to the sustainable development of individuals
Sub-Moderator : Prof. Magdalena Piorunek

Prof. Gudbjörg Vilhjálmsdóttir (University of Iceland, Reykjavík, Iceland)
Prevention of dropout: career education and group counselling

Prof. Robert Geisler (University of Opole, Poland)
Innovative Tool for Making Career in Postfordism and Postmodern Times. „The Coaching Maps" and Life Design

Dr. Joanna Kozielska, (University of Poznań, Poland)
Educational and vocational plans of junior secondary school students in the context of local labour market needs: A research report

Dr. Agnieszka Skowrońska-Pućka (University of Poznań, Poland)
Sustainable development and defavoured groups: Work-market-career in the biographies of clients of educational care facilities

Dr. Małgorzata Oleniacz (University of Lower Silesia, Wrocław, Poland)
Students with disabilities in the university space: Help, support, counselling

Barbara Kowalczyk (Akademia Pedagogiki Specjalnej im. M. Grzegorzewskiej, Poland)
Career counselling for sustainable development: Foreigners on the Polish labour market

Part II
Languages: English & Polish
Career-Life Construction and Sustainability
Sub-Moderator : Prof. Annamaria Di Fabio and Prof. Kobus Maree

Prof. Annamaria Di Fabio (University of Florence, Italy)
The construction of personal project: the challenge of sustainability

Prof. Kobus Maree (University of Pretoria, South Africa)
Demonstrating the Practical Application and Sustainability of Career-life Construction

Prof. Marcelo Afonso Ribeiro (University of São Paulo, Brazil)
An intercultural career counseling proposal for dealing with psychosocial vulnerability

Prof. Jacques POUYAUD (University of Bordeaux, France)
Self construction and temporalities: sustainable processes during life design dialogues

Prof. Bożena Wojtasik (University of Lower Silesia, Wrocław, Poland)
The counsellor's help in career design for sustainable development and decent work

Prof. Alicja Czerkawska (University of Lower Silesia, Wrocław, Poland)
Existential conflicts in counselling

Dr. Joanna Minta (University of Lower Silesia, Wrocław, Poland)
(Non-)Use of career counselling in young adults' career design

Part III
Languages: English & Polish
Life design and career counselling
Sub-Moderator: Prof. Bożena Wojtasik

Prof. Jolanta Lenart (University of Rzeszów, Poland)
Career counselling: A necessity that the school does not need?

Prof. Elżebieta Siarkiewicz (University of Lower Silesia, Wrocław, Poland)
Counselling in the life course as a performative project

Dr. Ewa Dębska (University of Warsaw, Poland)
The counsellor vis-à-vis "the water-lily reality"

Dr. Marta Rabikowska (University of Hertfordshire, School of Creative Arts, UK)
A presentation in the initial results from a research project: Strategies of Coping among Creative Practitioners in the first year after graduation

Dr. Henryk Jarosiewicz (Insitute of Psychology, University of Wrocław, Poland)
Diagnosing the vocational activity type in secondary school students: Tools and interpretation

Evan Faidley (Kent State University Exploratory Advising Center, USA)
Counseling through Curriculum: A Form of Career Intervention Implementation

16.00 – 16.30 Coffee break

16.30 – 18.00 Workshops

Tuesday, 7 June 2016
Instytut Pedagogiki, ul. Dawida 1, Aula

09.00 – 09.45 Plenary conference by Prof. Maria Eduarda Duarte: Facts and Utopias in Life Design Interventions (University of Lisbon, Portugal)

09.45 – 11.30 Workshops (continued)

11.30 – 12.00 Coffee break

12.00 – 14.00 Workshops (continued and end)

14.00 – 15.00 Lunch

15.00 – 17.15 Reporters' symposium moderated by Prof. Jérôme Rossier (University of Lausanne, Switzerland) : Reporters present the syntheses of the workshops' and symposia outcomes. Comments on these syntheses by Prof. Rachel Mulvey (University of East London, UK), Prof. Laura Nota (University of Padova, Italy) and a "Grand Témoin": Prof. David Blustein (Boston College, USA ). Open floor discussion.

17.15 – 17.45 Coffee break

17.45 – 18.45 The concept of Relationship to working: An international research about the people's representations of work - A symposium moderated by Prof. Geneviève Fournier (Laval University, Québec-Canada)& Prof. Valérie Cohen Scali (INETOP-CNAM, Paris, France)
Prof. Gabriela Aisenson (University of Buenos Aires, Argentina)
Prof. Annamaria Di Fabio (University of Florence, Italy):
Prof. Kobus Maree (University of Pretoria, South Africa):
Prof. Jonas Masdonati (University of Lausanne, Switzerland)
Prof. Marcelo Ribeiro (University of São Paulo, Brazil)

Conclusion

Wednesday, 8 June 2016
Instytut Pedagogiki, ul. Dawida 1, Aula

09.00 – 10.30 Invited symposium ESVDC
Language: English & Polish
Guidance and counseling promoting decent work: old problems, new challenges
Chair: Prof. Maria Eduarda Duarte (University of Lisbon, Portugal)

Prof. David Blustein (Boston College, USA)
The impact of work in people's lives: implications for career practice, research, and policy

Prof. Kobus Maree (University of Pretoria) & Prof. Annamaria di Fabio (University of Florence, Italy)
How can career counseling impact positively on improving the living conditions of people with poverty? A « filling the half-empty glass » perspective

Dr. Lea Ferrari, Dr. Teresa Sgaramella, Prof.Salvatore Soresi, Prof. Laura Nota, Dr. Maria Cristina Ginevra (University of Padua, Italy)
New directions for a future of quality in working life: argumentation, courage, and career adaptability

Prof. Marcelo Ribeiro (University of São Paulo, Brazil)
Towards diversified ways to promote decent work: a career guidance and counseling proposal for informal workers

10.30 – 11.30 ESVDC general assembly with awards

11.30 – 12.00 Coffee break

12.00 - 12.30 Keynote from the ESVDC distinguishing award

13.00 – 13.30 Closing ceremony: General conclusions & Announcement of the next event

13.30 – 14.30 Lunch

14.30 – 16.00 Meeting of the International Research Group on "Relationships to working", moderated by Prof. Marcel Monette (Laval University, Québec-Canada)

16.00 – 17.00 Meeting of the Chair Council with the enlarged UNITWIN

17.00 – 17.30 Coffee break

17.30 – 19.00 Meeting of the Chair Council

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